Sheraton Centre Toronto is Starwood’s largest owned / leased hotel worldwide, and one of Canada’s tallest hotels, with 1,371 suites. As part of a $90 million top to bottom renovation, the Sheraton Center Toronto is replacing the HVAC system in all of its suites, upgrading from an existing 2-pipe fan coil system to a brand new water-cooled heat recovery Daikin VRV system. The 964 Ton VRV system will take the title for the largest VRF project in all of North America, as well as the tallest VRF project in North America.
“As one of Toronto’s most prominent landmark hotels it is essential for us to provide the best accommodations and experience possible for visitors to the city”, said David Connor, Area Managing Director, Eastern Canada, Starwood Hotels & Resorts. The extensive renovation to our guest rooms and suites will bring a revived energy to our hotel. Our exceptional guest service and superior location in the heart of the city will assert our place as the premier option for those visiting the city”.
The completed renovation will include full guestroom and suite refurbishment, as well as replacement of all floor and wall finishes in public corridors and hallways. As a part of the re-design, the hotel will add two new guest rooms bringing the total room count up to 1,373. After completion of the renovation all guestrooms and suites will feature new case goods, seating, lighting, mirrors and window treatments.